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"dorna" Discussed on WCPT 820
"This was the case for a number of Trump appointees. And he also was known before he had a role in the Trump administration for writing this book called the Sage Brush Rebel that was really in praise of Ronald Reagan, of Ronald Reagan's anti -regulatory sort of agenda. It's, I think, unsurprising to see his name in a sort of a proposal that's aimed at, you know, ending the ability for federal regulations to have any real impact on the environment. Previous reporting from ENA News from Scott Waldman there found that Mandy Gunasekara had written another chapter focused on remaking the EPA, really focused on shrinking its authority both by laying staff, off by cutting budgets, with an especially big focus on sort of cutting environmental programs, like environmental justice programming and public outreach programming. Another name that was in the proposal was Bernard McNamee, who wrote a chapter on the Department of Energy, again, sort of in an attempt to say we should shrink the authority of the Department of Energy. He previously served as an advisor to Ted Cruz, and before that he led this far -right organization called the Texas Public Policy Institute or Texas Public Policy Foundation rather, that really aims to undo environmental regulation and fight renewable energy at the state level. And so we're really seeing, I think, a who's who of the far right in this attempt to, you know, not only sort of be in the next president's ear if they're a Republican, but also, you know, recommend sort of personnel and say, hey, here's who you should stop up with. What role does billionaire Charles Koch play in this project, Darna? So the Heritage Foundation, who again are the far right foundation that sort of convened this group project 2025 has historically had ties, his financial ties to the Koch brothers, who are, of course, billionaires who made their fortune in fossil fuels and related industries. They are, the Heritage Foundation is also a member of the state policy network, which is a sort of coalition of these extreme right wing groups that have targeted regulation, especially climate focused regulation in states for many years. And I I think, think, you know, I would just say, I guess it's no surprise that an organization with ties to, you you know, to people who have made such a great fortune in the industries that are, that must must be regulated in order to take on the climate crisis are, you know, have historically been tied to a group that is trying to push that agenda to the presidential level. As we begin to wrap up, I wanted to ask David Wallace Wells to respond to what Dorna is doing right now and also talk about what needs exactly to done. be I mean, we're speaking today, the day after the Supreme Court has just okayed, cleared the way for construction of the contested Mountain pipeline Valley to resume, lifting a halt on a section of the project that had been issued by a lower court earlier this month after a challenge by environmental groups. Yeah, I think we're in a situation as a country now where we're pursuing what used to be called the an above all of energy strategy. And that's pretty catastrophic for our climate goals, which means in general, I would say at this point, the Republican Party across the country is mostly standing down in resistance to renewable energy. The Project 2025 memo is really concerning, but when I across look the political landscape, I see there was basically no campaigning against the IRA in midterm the elections anywhere and in Texas, where there was an effort to kneecap renewable power a few months ago. Ultimately, that failed because even conservative Republicans in Texas understood that doing so would raise energy bills for consumers there. Nevertheless, we're also moving forward with a lot of new fossil fuel that's infrastructure and the path we're following. We're kind of doing both at once. So in the big picture, I think what we need to do is find a way to accelerate the good stuff and draw down the bad stuff. Functionally, for me, what that means is finding a way to ease the rollout of renewable power, build more transmission lines so that we can expand our grid and accommodate much more renewable electricity over few the next years without, at the same time, giving benefits to new infrastructure on the dirty side. And unfortunately, to this point, most of the so -called permitting reform proposals that we've heard have been balanced in precisely that way. They do make some accommodation or allow for some acceleration of renewable buildout, but they also allow lot for a more dirty energy construction. And we just can't have that if we are hoping to hit the targets that not are set just by the scientific community, but the somewhat less ambitious ones that have been embraced by the Biden administration. And finally, David Wallace -Wells. I mean, the phraseology of the U .N. Secretary General Guterres talking about global boiling, taking on the fossil fuel industry, it seems to fly in the face of what's happening with the U .N. climate summit, the one that's coming up in UAE. In January, the UAE confirmed that Sultan al -Jubeir had been appointed president of COP28. He is the CEO of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, the biggest oil producer in the United Arab Emirates, the 12th largest in world's largest oil producer. Just producer of gas. So when we point our around finger the world and shake our hand at other people's bad action, we should remind ourselves how poorly we're doing. But in general, Guterres has taken a really unusual turn as secretary general. He has made himself a climate -forward, climate -first, rhetorical world leader, operating somewhat independently from the other structures of the UN, including the COP process. He's made himself the rhetorical leader on climate anywhere in the world and it actually is a kind of a shaming contrast to compare the language that he uses language to the that leaders like Joe Biden hear, but leaders all around the world have used, much more muted rhetoric. public. And I think while some of his language is a little overheated, at least for my taste, I do think it's It's quite striking how few other figures of political prominence anywhere around
"dorna" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We welcome Coutts, Sir Russell CEO of SailGP, with us on Zoom in New Zealand. Sir Russell, it is so nice to have you here with us. Tell us a little bit about SailGP. I keep wanting to say GBT because we're so talking about AI all the time. Well, thanks, Carol, and thanks, Matt. It's great to be here. Can you hear me okay? Yes, yes, yes. Okay, well, yeah, SailGP, yes, it's certainly exciting Grand Prix racing on water. I think we're one of the fastest growing sports and entertainment properties. As you've described, Carol, we feature high speed racing between rival nations, close to shore racing with an expanded calendar or expanding calendar of events as we develop. So our span events the globe and we have the top athletes in the sport racing and as you said, identical, very fast, hydrofoiling 50 catamarans. In fact, our top speed last year was set by the French team just under 100 kilometres per hour. I think that is 99 .94 kilometres per hour. That is crazy and like I was kidding with that. I've sailed for 30 years and a top speed might be eight knots. Yeah, well, in US terms, I guess it's 62, it's the equivalent of roughly 62 miles per hour. So, you know, when you're driving along the freeway, the speeds on water are of course powered by nature. That's the coolest thing. So, Russell, I grew up as a Formula One fan and since then have gotten smart and started watching MotoGP because it's so much better. But the sports are dirty, loud and dirty, right? Just powered by fossil fuels. And the cool thing about SailGP is that obviously you're powered by the wind. And in In fact, you're, in a way, an impact organization, right? You're pushing to fight climate change. Absolutely. Well, we're certainly, you know, in terms of our purpose, we're, I think, fortunate to be a sport powered by nature. And we are really championing a world powered by nature. In other words, the wind, the sun and the water. our, And I guess our focus is accelerating or showcasing the accelerating, transition to clean energy as the number one global energy source. So we're very passionate about that. I think everyone in our organization is extremely passionate about it. We have what we call an impact league. The athletes compete not only on the water, also, but they we also track their carbon footprint and they look to reduce that and they compete for points and then prize money is awarded to impact partner. So each of the teams has an impact partner and we think that's pretty cool actually. How do teams the get, how do the teams make money? How do the skippers get paid? You know, because we're, they get paid, they get paid fees like any other professional sport to compete, but they also compete for prize money. and So, our prize money's growing. So it's, it's, it's set at $5 million at this stage for season four and with the final event being a million dollars. So, but also they receive either a salary or fees to race on the boat. So watch it, you know, with, um, I guess with Formula One now in this country, you can see it on, uh, on TV, depending what your cable provider is. MotoGP, you still have to have a subscription. Dorna sells those 160 for pounds a year. How do we watch SailGP? Well, SailGP's distributed well now in season four to 212 different territories. So in the US you can watch it on CBS or on YouTube. Um, and we're expanding that portfolio each year. So, so just we've announced new deals with ITV in the UK and, and, uh, uh, and five year or five season extension with, uh, Kennel Plus in France. But we are with many broadcasters, Fox Australia, um, Discovery in New Zealand here. So, uh, each of our, uh, in each of our, um, key territories, we have, uh, key broadcasters. Our our audience is growing pretty rapidly. So we hit a, uh, a three times increase over season two and season three, season so a dedicated viewership is around 117 or just over 117 Canadian, uh, viewers. Um, so that's just over, if you look at it, it's just over, uh, uh, what is it? 10 .6 million per event of dedicated viewership. um, and then, and in terms of secondary, um, viewership, which is obviously news and, and, uh, uh, magazines. We also, we also had, uh, uh, just under a billion views. So we're growing pretty rapidly. Of dedicated that audience about 60 % is linear TV and about 40 and the 40 % is is digital. So I'm curious about you, sir. Russell, are you, do you ever go out in a funnel hole and just uh, a regular sale cause Carol's a traditional sailor. It does. I do feel like, you know, America's Cup kind of got ruined, uh, years ago because it's a harsh statement. I'm sorry, I think it's not just about speed, it's about technique and it's harder when you're going slower. It really is. So I'm just curious how you see it. Yeah. I mean, I, I like all forms uh, of sailing. Um, and obviously I grew up, uh, racing traditional sailboats, but these new classes are so fast and it still requires all of the same skills, uh, but it's just happening at a much higher speed. Um, all right. So where do you, I, I want to also go back to how you started this and why you started it. Well, before it started, the sailing didn't really have a, a global platform to, to market the sport on an annual basis. So when you look at what we're doing with Sal GP, it's not that different to what considered is normal in most sports. So we, we put together an annual calendar of events. We obviously televised that, um, live, um, and promote it, um, you know, regularly. So really in, in many ways, it's intriguing to think that sailing didn't have a platform like this before Sal GP, you know, that we, uh, we didn't have a regular professional calendar of events where the top athletes in the sport race against each other on a regular basis. And so that, that's, that's really, um, enabled us to, to, to market the sport more professionally and and more frequently and the growth is, is really a result of that. And I, I think in truth, we didn't really have a platform that really delivered exciting racing before these new high speed boats came along. So, um, that's really been a transition as has the, the, the sort of the, um, I guess that the way that we televise it these days with our, our,
"dorna" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Is part of why you got to do it, right? Live and learn. So yeah, Lewis. Yeah, so before we obviously get into MotoGP and what's coming up this year, just about your job, how is that transition been going from, for example, sunny Scotland to Barcelona? How is that transition moving to Spain? Oh, God. I tell you what, it was one of the most difficult experiences of my life. And it's not because of the transitioning to Spain. It was because when it got here, COVID hit. So it was, yeah, I bet crazy. I boats from one flat to another. I've left it more flat in Barcelona than I ever left in my whole entire 27 years before that. In Scotland. So yeah, the transition was difficult from that point of view, but the people that you meet and Dorne, I was so thankful for dorina because when I was transitioning coming over, I had someone called Annika Silla help me out where she's saying, she went basically done all my paperwork for me to become a resident of Spain. And that was really helpful. So I took a lot of stress off me and I could just sort of focus on the job before the ultimate thing of COVID, they're getting. And yeah, it just sort of going from things, not freelance work, but I've just a normal part time job and doing better pieces with their Leicester so fortunate to get me working in 2019. So just working flat out 5 days a week. It took a lot of getting used to, but you pick out very quickly and you've got a lot of great people over here to help you do that as well. And just look at your normal week, you mentioned 5 days a week at dorna. What does your normal week look like on a race week? We have coming up. So race week, so yeah, I've not done a monthly for race speak for a long time to be honest, to him, usually our race weeks when we have a risk week, we get the weekend days back. So I usually have Friday and Monday off. So, if I have to take that back, basically it's just preparing context. We actually prepare the content the week prior. So the stuff you'll see going out on a Monday, for example, we put a video yesterday called the hot topics, which we do prior to every single race we can. I will do that on the Thursday, maybe Friday. But applying for that will happen on the Tuesday or Wednesday, where we come up with a topic, the text for the video, and then I'll go away and find all the footages and NP sell together. And that will be broadcast on YouTube and Facebook for the Monday. And then the week we choose the Wednesday, we're just sort of adding a bit more content to that, sort of smaller videos. And it's mainly the people that are posting on social media that they'll do the brunt of the work on that day by myself and one of the other main valuations we'll just solve, keep chipping away. And then on Thursday, that's when it gets a bit more crazy. As you know, with the press conferences and everything, we try to pull a little bit later to the office, maybe. Get everything in place. All this sort of boring work where you have to get everything in place before you actually make the content. And then what we do is we collect the press conferences, especially the motor GP social parts, which is a part of the content I will make where we take the best part of that and then we can fund the social media clip. And then the Friday, where all the racing begins, that's where, yeah, we get to set the office, watch it all happen. Clap all the content, come up with a plan for later on the day about what are the main talking points of practice on afraid. And then Saturday and Sunday, yeah, we have the whole new weekend. So I don't know if I've just glossed over everything because it's been a bit four months since I've had to do a race weekend. So yeah, I'm just getting back into the flow of it. So some things I might forget. It's a bit but a lot of it is planning for the race weekend and then just a little bit of content here there on the run up to it. And as off season, obviously, you have 5 weeks off as you just said, aero Iran says off seasons are chill time for you or is that still preparing for testing that's coming up and race weekends that are coming up? Yeah, winter. That could be actually some of the most stressful and hardest working part you have to do before your take off because we have to do all the star season recaps. Preparing the stuff for the next year as well. So it's what content we're going to do. What it's all going to look like. And here we're going to get to make all the graphics. There's going to be doing all the videos. What certain videos we're going to be doing as well? Because you've got freelance editors helping from the outside and then obviously the crew of us within door installed doing that. So yeah, preparing the content, we have a lot of content for the off season because we all go on a big break. Four to 5 weeks, sometimes sex weeks were a fall off. So we need to make the content and then the other part of the team have to schedule the content. Yeah, so that could be the more stressful part. And then when we come back, yes, preparing for the year where we have to prepare for all of the team launches. We're prepared for, as we say, who's doing the content and then when we're getting new graphics and everything as well, we need to implement that test out and make sure that everything is okay. And then we start making the content again. So yeah, the off season is sometimes more stressful parts. And the bet you are the more stats. Thankfully, this year we've had three and a half months off. So yeah, it's been a bit of a gap between the last race of 2022, the factories of their share to get everything ready. And you just spoke about their free month gap, but this season that's going to be probably the busiest it's ever been 21 rounds 42 races with the additional sprint races. How difficult do you think it's going to be not only for the Raiders, but for yourself and the media? How much for stressful is just them back to back is going to be yeah, I think to be honest, I don't know if it would be too difficult in comparison to what we are used to because yeah, we have the MotoGP spread last year, but in terms of the track action, it's just as much as it was in previous years. Yeah, we have to do a bit more content like we're going to have to do. Obviously, some winner videos and things like that, not to get too much away for Saturday. And but in terms of content, it won't be too much more. It just means that the Saturday, for example, will be a longer day because you've got obviously all the qualifying sessions you have the motor GP sprint. And then when boto is racing, we'll have automotive erases on the same day as well. And on a Saturday. And then whatever content we have to make when the Raiders meet up with the fans, which is usually something we have to do because it's a great moment. You get the Raiders to interact with the fans. And that's content that everyone wants to see. Especially now when we're starting to show the more of the radar personalities. So yeah, I'm not too sure if it will be too difficult. And comparison. But as you say back to backs, it may be a little bit more especially when we're going from Europe to Argentina next weekend as well.
"dorna" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Rider. And even in BSB at you're still in amongst other riders who you know because they make. You've sort of grown up with them, really. And it can, for some people, I suppose what I'm trying to say is that there's lots of different levels of people professionalism and lots of different ages and you can definitely see, even if you're just a spectator, walking around the paddock, you can see who's already acting like a lot. You know, a mini Grand Prix star and you've got to have that mindset if you want to be successful and actually go into GP as well. This is where it starts, it starts at the British talent club level, really, that's you get the professional training at every round and the actual door, ride a coach and this year the MS VR rider coach, coaching all of the riders in the R&D talent cup, which is probably why it's always one of the cleanest fights on track during any BSB event. Yeah, the British town got special at the front. It's always clean battle and even if it's a mistake does come, the Raiders are superficial about that. One is that does come to main for me because I was at circa was at North Carolina last year whenever there was that incident silverman C and the belief, I can't remember the other Belfast. Crashed at the hairpin and they go up and they were so fashionable about these, I believe they gave each other a cousin a lot actually afterwards. So well, not instantly, but eventually. Once the heat cooled down, they realized, you know, it's just a race to then and give each other a cuddle and everything was good. These guys at such a young age have such a great outlook and mindset on race and then I think that is down to like you said dorna and MS VR and just even the teams and the family that have been brought up with and just the way that you'll look on the race and some of them treat it so professional and realize that further British town cup, it can become a job and it can become a career. Depot, yeah, so stay in school kids. Keep at it. Right, so moving on. We've not got long left. So moto America and the Daytona happened at the weekend, you were all over it. What happened? Yeah, well, frankly, it was a crazier race. It was a win that was separated by 800s of a second at the line after 57 laps of running around Daytona. So yeah, it was hugely impressive. There was some controversy, I think it's fair to say throughout the race of race was won by Josh herron. Who strong on the V two has teammate shabby forest, which is becoming quite well, it's quite a well-known name across all mobile racing. He sadly retired just a couple of laps in. But Josh Sharon race one from the tuna 200 veteran Josh Hayes by 800s of a second. Now, if you see any pictures, you will see Brandon Brandon pash on the triumph. Side by side with Hayes and they actually tied on time. But on the order of passion was demoted down to 11th possession at the line because, well, he spared them pet lane and they got a 15 second penalty so that really ruined this race in such a close race because the race was red flagged due to an incident, practically on oblique visually four laps to go in the race. And the race was red flag. It was restarted for a tale lap race. Which was 6 months more than what was left originally. So some rangers were pretty confused about that but American ways doing things. Apparently, it was in the rules. And it was also in the roles that it would be a new race. So everything from computers from would be scrapped. So Cameron Peter said, who is our full-time automaker? He was one lap down. And he finished on the podium. Because when it got me the new race, he got given that a lot back. Everyone wins. Well, if almost everyone was because whenever most America get rid of the laps and make it a new race, the only thing that does carry over as time penalties. Well, that was the controversy that was involved in that brand that's why Brandon pash I don't think is too happy. I've seen quite a few social media posts from saying that you messed out in $20,000 at the weekend. So I'd be the only thing that's carried over a time period, which I don't understand why, to be honest, if everything gets given back, even laps from writers because Blake Davis, he was a lot down and, well, he was bottled with the group at the end of the race. Once got given that back. Yeah, if you get this, if you're going to give an advantage and ignore the rider's disadvantage that they had, whether it was an impending penalty or the fact that there were ten laps down or whatever. And then just do a fresh sort of BSB wipe. The clay, the slight clean, everyone starts from zero, and this is a fresh race, then that's what you do. But that is what you do. And it can overshadow the race and then get spared to say at some points because the thing I don't understand, I still don't understand as T carbs on the M4 X star Suzuki. He was the cause of the red flag. He was involved in he wasn't the cause he was involved in the crash which brought the red flag, gives him the number right there. And the race was read fight, and he wrote the bike back to the pets. And then he wasn't able to take the restart because he calls the red flag, right? The repair that he got back out for this new race. But yeah, it's okay to retain pal is so I really don't understand that one. He was the cause of red flag. I would say. And the London to take the restart. So yeah, it's a bit confusing. The person that helped Josh Heron, who meets contact with riches go anti. He was battle for the race lead throughout the whole, I guess you would say first race. First half of the race. Until contact was made between the two of them, a term one and race direction team that it was here and who was at fault in that. And so you got, well, it took them around ten blocks to be honest to try and make a decision on it because it was such a strange concept because it was kind of just two lanes of Mars into one guess you could say, but escalante can set up. So it was really difficult to make any kind of call on that from the race direction, but it took that long that they made the decision under the red flag. And he got given us sex play apparently for the restart, which didn't really bother him because he was still in the league group and he still won the race. So if that red flag came out, maybe the would have been different. We'll never know. But yeah, there was quite a lot of controversy sparking it. But at the end of the day, the ten lot restart gave us sex riders within half a second at the white. So yeah, I was pleased with the final ten laps to be honest. It was a great race. Parents said, this is a quote from him on a website. He said,
"dorna" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of a percent of 1806 70 an ounce The dollar Yan one 1338 the Euro dollar 1661 the British founded 37 87 Ford is up nearly 12% of the highest level in over 7 years after the automaker boosted its full year profit forecast and said it will restore its dividend I don't know how much of this is attributable to the fact that Matt Miller bought 6 brand new king ranch super duty F two 50s to haul around his 36 brand new ducatis That is a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg markets continue by the way Did you know that the king ranch is one of the largest working ranches in America Yep I'm from Texas Yes Oh so you know Not everyone knows since 1853 It's been in the same family and it's like a 900,000 acre plus ranch And figure out about the surface water value on that ranch sometime as T Boone pickens once did Interesting All right great Jerry Thank you so much We appreciate that We got green on the screen Today let's get some color on that with one more Sox editor Dave Wilson Well we can just start with Ford Why not You've heard it all 7 year high up more than 12% biggest gain in the S&P 500 those third quarter numbers going over really well and why not Because after all Ford raise its annual profit forecast in response to those results and also declared its first dividend since the start of the pandemic last year But you go through the 11 main industry groups in the S&P 500 Ford fits into the consumer discretionary category which is a bit middle of the pack today Real estate and healthcare leading the way among the 11 main groups healthcare you got Merck's earnings that went over well and that stock higher by almost 4% The one group that stay on communication services and a lot of ass Comcast initially the response to the cable and entertainment companies results was positive and then it wasn't I mean Comcast at the moment down about 1% And we're seeing enough the quiets across that group Google's owner alphabet for one that we're seeing a bit of weakness there communication services off about three tenths of a percent All right Dave thanks very much Dave Wilson there with a wrap of the stock market for right now We all have things we love Dave loves Bruce Springsteen Greg loves Mexican bottled water Paul loves muniz and I love Ducati motorcycles We have with us now the CEO of Ducati Claudio demented colleague I couldn't be more excited for so many reasons I had almost don't know where to start but why don't we start with electrification Claudio you recently agreed to supply moto E with well the entire lineup of bikes that they need for support starting in 2023 How different is an electric Ducati gonna be Yeah first of all thank you Thank you for this question I do everyone Actually it will be very different on some experts and very similar in other we wanted to do this exercise and actually to make our self dealing into this new era because actually we wanted to take the opportunity to start from the top and to start from racing actually because it's about performance in average segment we are either this Panigale or multistrada or even the other or monster are very different So could it be different for electrical motorcycles So actually we are super happy that we find this agreement with donor And so now we have four years in which we will supply the bike We can develop the technology and become actually expert in producing high end sports electric and powertrain That's exactly where we want to be Now for those listeners who don't know what dorna is dorna runs the MotoGP It's the highest level of motorcycle racing in the world They have about 300 million people tuning in every weekend Last weekend I'm getting goosebumps just thinking about it My wife was in tears and I was on my knees as we watched first Jack Miller and then peco benia Wipe out at mizan O but I feel like next year must be pecos year Claudio next year is the year that Ducati wins the world championship again What do you think I mean we are working very hard on that And actually we won actually 5 races already this year And a pickle has been incredible strong and much better than it was in the first two years This year for him has been a year number three in most of the and actually never won one race before this year And actually we won two in a row and we made four proposition aro and actually even sadly was worried bad luck and was leading from last one to actually were just 5 laps to go and we're still in the race So all the elements are there the bike is in our opinion a much more balanced than it was the engine as always been very strong It's not the strongest in most of GP So I think all the elements of the to make a very good championship next year Yeah well clearly I mean Mark Mark has had just given up as the temperature dropped I think was probably the main problem the hard tire But definitely petco was a clear winner before He just lost the front end Speaking of winning Pikes Peak is a race Motorcycles no longer participate but Ducati won I think four or 5 times in a row with the multistrada Today you've introduced a new multistrada What can we expect Yeah actually we moved to Friday you know one of our main pillar in the product range It's not the strongest Actually it's kind of it was a car would be an SUV like the Porsche Cayenne and so it's a bike which is a very comfortable and you can go with 1 billion take your luggage and a lot of wind protection a lot of range but still it's a very sports motorcycle because actually our multi third and our baby four as you know which is a fantastic engine 170 horsepower And the multi we just launched last year actually this year for the first full year It's a fantastic balance motorcycle We can call it all around but then we wanted to make a high performance version of that So we'll just throw the pike pick that we are just launching now in this moment on the digital channels Is the most important build So it's based on the usual combination of 17 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"dorna" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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"dorna" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News
"Class you have electronics play more horsepower. More weight so it really is to everybody's advantage on the ktm side to get a cost to on that motorbike even if it takes them a couple of years. It's better for him to learn their than go through. What jack miller went through when he got moved up too early to the big heavy bike and it took him years to really be able to catch up development wise because of how large that gap was between where he started and where he instantly ended up so the only lingering question in this case the md l. is what happens with the other tech three bike because garner very likely slots in for like a woman in fact. I won't be surprised if it ends up being a straight bike swap. By the time things are all done but does row will fernandez move up to the tech three squad to and take picture cheat at this point. I kind of think so. I mean like we talked about. Ktm's mo is to stick with those riders that day developed at the lower levels. No matter how the got them at the lower levels m move them up to moto. Gp so that combined with performance doesn't make things look that great for mr ritchie right now. Although danilo could potentially change that i mean. He's asking for latest chassis. Starting this weekend in catalonia. If he gets it he better do something with it and quick if he wants to save his place for next season but if i had to guess right now considering how well danny petrosa has worked out for him as a test rider. I think that they're going to definitely slant towards their younger riders when it comes to full time racing emoji p nothing next year. We're going to see remmy gardner raul fernandez on the tech three bikes and then of course. Miguel olivera and brad bender on the factory bikes in that probably jives with harvey trial tech three as well because his ongoing philosophy has always been to focus on developing young talent. That's eventually going move onto the factory team and danilo pitchy doesn't really fit that description so well so i think if you're a is given his choice he would probably lean towards the younger riders as well but we'll find out here in the next couple of weeks. Exactly what's going to happen with fernandez and with pedro acosta and everybody else on the side. All right so let's move on from the motor. Gp news to your comments and you had a lot to say about mugello weekend before we get to some of your comments. I've actually got a question for all of you guys because multiple people of course mentioned the tragic accident involving jason do pass gay and the question i have is based on some of the comments. That petco back. Nyah made at the end of the weekend and he said that personally. He didn't want to run the race on sunday in order to be respectful to jason do pasquet and his family and his team. He thought that there shouldn't have been any racing. And he was a little bit critical at dorna emoji. P. for holding the race. Weekend as well. I totally see where he's coming from. Absolutely and if they had not run that race in that had been the reason. I wouldn't have had any arguments with that. I would have been perfectly fine with that The interesting thing that petco said is he feels that if the incident had involved a motive. Gp rider that there would not have been racing on sunday. And i don't know that necessarily would have been the case because when you go back and look at the incident since the early two thousands and thankfully there have only been a few tragic incidents since the mid two thousands. In every case except for marco semen shelley's wreck the race to go on and the only reason it didn't with marco is because that incident happened during the race itself and they never restarted after the red flag. And i think we can all be realistic about the idea that the reason those races continued is because there is a lot at stake in terms of competition and marketing and money. And that's sad. It's really really sad. I think what pekka was saying that is the ideal that when something tragic happens it is absolutely worth it to stop and reflect on it. But that's not the business of motor. Gp and i don't know what the what the real answer is here. I mean i think that the vast majority of us would have been okay with them not running the race and also the vast majority of us were okay with them running the race. Because you don't have to be in one camp here or the other. But i am very curious if there is anybody out there that agrees with petco and things that they absolutely positively should not have run mugello this year. They should have postponed and cancelled the race weekend. Because i don't know what the right answer is there. I really don't. And i don't hold it against them for running the event last sunday and i wouldn't have held it against them if they did not run the event last sunday. Facebook reddit limited. What you think all right so let's move on to the race because there was a lot to talk about. That happened last weekend in italy. One of the big stories track limits with multiple riders being kind of sort of demoted places. And that's where miller's tassie girl comes in had a very good question about the track limits drama specifically concerning the end of the mode. gp race and the question. Is that if joe amir. And miguel olivera both had a track limits infraction on the final lap with what we were told and if the penalty for the infraction was dropping one position which is also what we were told them. Why wouldn't johann mir have gone from third fourth dropping one position and then me gal olivera from second to third dropping one position therefore effectively leaping joins arco from fourth all the way up to second instead of the flip flop back and forth. Which is what we were told on the world feed and the answer in my opinion is yes if race direction was consistent about the whole drop of position on the final lap thing when you exceed track limits then yeah mir should have gone to fourth miguel olivera to third and that would've by default put jones arco on the podium and second now in this particular case the world p commentators were generalizing the penalty. Just a little tiny bed saying that the rule is you always drop a position if you exceed track limits. That's not how the amended regulation actually reads what it does. Is it gives the stewards some level of discretion to either tele writer to move to a different position or.
"dorna" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast
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"dorna" Discussed on YEK YEK JE
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"dorna" Discussed on Was jetzt?
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"dorna" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia
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"dorna" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"dorna" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"Commitment to sustainability. Yeah it's i mean it's definitely part of our dna But we also learned a long time ago. That there's there's more to have been here than the vines and that sustainability sustainability is also more than just about the environment and land. It's about the people. It's about progress and you know for us. It's about accountability. And if you look at just how we farm we farm. According to our values to nourish a resilient and healthy ecosystem that's from everything from preserving open space to creating healthy soils to monitoring water usage in trying to reduce that as much as possible. It's about you know responsible. Land stewardship in it's about safeguarding. The long jetty of that land not just for our own family business but also future generations in our community. And i think that we also know as a company that responsibility to care for the wellbeing of our people in our employees but also the communities in which we do business their vital to the long-term success of notches what we do but you know the people that we need to help. Run this business. We don't do it. It's not just one or two people. It's an entire group of people that we need to look after and then you know going back to accountability. I mean we really. We hold ourselves to very strict and exacting standards. And i said i always say while sustainability is not a new concept for feeling wind farm the made wines with that goal in mind since the beginning and that was really our founder. Just jackson's belief you know we're not we're not complacent in our approach. And he used to always say you know. Take care of the land in It'll take care of you and treat people like family and amazing things will happen. I think it's really important that people know this is not something new for us. It's it's something that our founder forty years ago believes so strongly in and the land has really always been the guy for jacksonville winds everywhere. We've gone in the world. It started with finding an amazing place to plant grapes and that where again it wasn't about. Oh i'd love to to make a wine here. But i've never been there. It was always you know going back even two recent acquisitions in south africa which i mentioned recently barbara banke. Who's justice on wife in who is the owner and chairman of the company now. She went to south africa and she saw this amazing place in stellenbosch. And she toward the Issues like this. She tasted wines from area. And she's like these are world class. Wanna be a part of this. This this is the place i feel like. We can really create an amazing wiring foundation in south africa. And i think it's really. It's really amazing. To work for a family that has had sustainability in mind from the beginning at the land. Always being that guide when it comes to moving into new places right now foundational values that are fundamental right to moving forward and absolutely he tells more how jesse jackson in. The family ended up in tuscany with tunisia. Dare chain on a little bit about the history of apparant. Yeah well it's kind of similar so same same same idea. They west there and there. Was this area that we are now in to do. That are gino. It's a very large area. I think we plant less than ten percent of it is actually planning to vine. It's in the heart of chianti classic. Oh it's about an hour outside of china in this very small town in may we knew. Mate don't classic. Oh from singer visit but we also with our winemaker. We also do righties so we actually planted a lotta On that property for low so we do our conham invalid. dorna an affonso which are all new. V face Plans as well and so that we came into that area in the early two thousand are even earlier than that. But it's been an amazing addition to the jackson portfolio. It's the only property we on elite. And it's always been that gem. And i look at when you think about our commitments. Just dean ability and you know those commitments ban all of our properties locally. But i think like in our chino particularly. It's really unique in each place. Each year in each community at each ecosystem is so unique. And you really have to respect that and what white working. California for example may not work in italy but you can still have the principles and you can still deploy them. They just might look a little different. I think that's always a party. Remember too is that you can't have that one-size-fits-all mentality when it comes to to land and firing land and then also cultivated import ecosystem and then also supporting a community all the communities are they all have different needs assets important knowledge yeah and adapting and working with your local teams to accomplish the same goals of perhaps using different methods or working with the practices they might be have been employed for no hundreds of years right. So can we find to new two zero china on your wieser dot com. Yes you can find it in other online retail spaces too but yes you can ask will find it on your wine store dot com so christine you mentioned delivery services earlier is being you know a key point of innovation in the last year. What else do you see coming next for the beverage alcohol industry in terms of commerce. Anything anything else on the horizon that you think we should be on the lookout for. I don't know if we need if. I think we should always be on the lookout for some new form of technology that is convenient for consumers getting something that they want in their hands quickly easily and seamlessly because that is the expectation. I think a lot of consumers have now and they should because we have we have that technology that has allowed that is of purchase and you know acquisition in getting that product in your hand that night to an extent with some of these opportunities. But i think the silver lining. And i think we're all looking for silver linings. The i think shines such a huge spotlight on the importance of wineries to take their digital strategy seriously invest in it and at least have a conversation about it and i say that for a few weeks and as a communications professional i think that as i mentioned earlier in this podcast consumers are finding out about wines discovering wines from so many different communications channels and while it may have just been from word of mouth and the wine the wine trade publication a score that via visit traditional way for consumers in a lot of consumer. Still find. Find information that way. They're buying through so many different channels. And i think that it's made public relations much more dynamic and intense career because you're having managing outreach to all those channels work with all those different the influencers the people in the trade that have a digital presence are taking their credentials to the next level and becoming these digital experts in wine just more people are accessing information from different ways. So i think that you have to understand what those communications channels are in. If they're digital relate making sure your voices. They're and also i. I remember shop if i put out their annual e-commerce report and the one thing that they said was kind of the overarching thing was the pandemic really left. An enduring mark on the consumer landscape in that years of change years of change happened in a week and weeks. And i.
"dorna" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"dorna" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"Was chosen because this played dorna sequence of the game where both the very beginning where mega man and proto man are captured by the enemy. Adversary of the game. So role is being retrofitted slightly to more of a combat robot. So she get in help get them out of their captivity So why would i pick this trek well because my first matchup is danny tanner from the series full house versus role. From the mega man franchise. So why would they make an interesting compared comparison group so role in her original on i was cleaning robot. She was made to tidy up around the lab and assist doctor light with his experimental work. Those like cannon blasts or whatever danny. Tanner is notorious on full house. For being a neat freak I guess business before people even talked about the actual cost of what it can surely entail but they used to give him grief about on. The show is like ocd. or like. I remember that and he wasn't a job like reading the weather on tv or something. Now he was a he was a host on the show. Wake up san francisco along with his friend and eventual sister or cousin onto the whatever she was becky that was a very aggressive title. Wake up san francisco. You better get the hiccups san francisco. Where else big occurred. I always kind of paired them together. In the sense that you have a robot who was tailored with the idea of being a constant cleaner and daddy who was a human. But when something's dirty he must have all sorts of energy getting that thing taking care of So i feel like they would get along great as far as friends go though. I kind of also think that role will get burned out by danny daddy. Daddy is too much recber her. There's too much for too too much for her. Fight back and see them being involved some sort of like cleaning competition and the sense of like taking taking out the trash cleaning the basement and he's cleaning like the second floor and like they're trying to go so they can so one of them can get to like the the the the bedroom i. You know exactly. And then of course if they're being judged very specific key elements in their cleaning. Pack that decapitate bears like setup. So that they're very intentionally dirty and if they don't meet the standards that there if they miss those spots they get docked points so it's not just getting to the one location central location. I is getting there while also hitting all your cleaning context so what you're not told what those cleaning contracts or why you gotta be on top of your game. Well guess what we did. We did overlap quite a bit and that's fine. We're it's go with it. Because i also picked a role for mega man and and she's gonna get matched up with someone else from full house as well. I don't know why that worked in my mind. I was like yeah why not. I gotta pick full house in there somewhere. So this is actually rolls theme for marvel versus capcom for the arcade. So one thing to note is that role was a hidden character. In the arcade on there were four four or five hidden characters in the game. Or if you actually go to the select screen you move the joystick around in specific patterns and it would unlock characters like dark. Dark chen-lien and dark Nash or whatever dark guile where the sprites were just darker and they had like overpowered moves and they could fly in the air and stuff except a role that rollers just roll. She was his little girl. Who was mega. Man's like a little sister or whatever and she was kind of weak but she was there. All of the hidden characters had one theme except for role. They gave roll her own music. And it's got lyrics so this is roles theme for.
"dorna" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"Upon the cliff. Top directly above two more figures of these one was a toll man who stood at gays apparently dispassionately regarding the scene below. The other a shorter figure stood or rather crouched close beside him. The artists did not accorded this last figure the same precision of treatment and attention to detail which characterized the rest of his work. It's vague and shadowy outlined failed to suggest the human shape yet after careful examination thornton came to the conclusion that if he would be confronted with a choice of two such evils he would rather encounter the monster of the air heaven. This creature on the cliff. Engraving was unsigned but along the march in was an inscription the significance of which thornton could not comprehend iran Har who don't see those la juicy joya. Well what do you make of it. As james would be leaning over his shoulder during this examination thornton raised is when the picture and looked out of the com- see beyond the window for a few months before replying. I think you answered slowly. It's the most unpleasant thing. I don't profess to understand with domains but if you take my advice you'll pitch it over the cliff. James looked at him in astonishment. My death fellow expostulated. Earth makes you talk like that anyone would think it was an infernal machine dammit man. It's only child's musical box and a very rare on at that from the look of it. We've made find here. I wouldn't dream of at your own way. Then said the other with a shrug of the shoulders. Pop something fool but he added. I would hardly describe it as a toy that pretty picture me would give most children the horrors thornton paste across the room to the fireplace on james again bent over the musical books. It's certainly in rather quit. Hastie admitted as he said this he took out the little curved handle and fitted it over. The barrel. Thornton had the click. It went home and turned to see what he was doing without knowing what prompted him to do so he cried out. For god's sake leave the thing alone but james only laughed and turned the handle at first. The instruments only produced a sibling noise. But unlike like the iga pouncing of an excited dog then suddenly broke into a shrill piping tune to the rhythm of lively. Jig when he was like no tune thornton had heard before it reached the top note. That like the squeak of a bad was almost beyond the range of audibility and who's piercing quality positively hurt the eardrum the tune rose to this thing yet deafening climax or fell away again in a series exuberant capriccio. Quite to here. Because the dissonance of their diminished intervals. Never seemed to find resolution again. Despite the comparatively small volume of sounded produced the instruments seem to possess the power to awaken sympathetic resonance only in the table upon which it stood but in surrounding states until the whole room seemed to be whistling in unison. Thornton who thought he had never heard so hideous sound eventually found he could stand it. No longer shouted out for heaven's sakes stop that fiendish dane 'obediently james stopped withdrew. The handle replaced it carefully and it's compartment and closed the lid. He was smiling in a curious. Sli sort of way why. He asked me like it apps. I've gone away for music personally. I think it's on the fun. He took the books kathleen days arm and move towards the door. Well i think it's horrible. Said phone blankly way. you're going with it anyway. I'm taking it up to my room the other answered. I'm not going to give you the chance to smash my musical box. When i'm not looking. Who wish to hell. I could thornton muttered this. James disappeared upstairs in a brief half hour. The wretched thing seemed not only to have raised the barry of mistrust between them but to have emptied the house of all content. The happiness of yesterday and even the pleasure and excitement of the morning seemed of receded into a remote past with difficulty tried to analyze his feelings it was as though they had somehow awakened drove off now from sleep and that this wakefulness was hostile. He realized the hated. The place was filled with an urgent desire to get away from it as soon as possible as he could give no valid reasons for this impression thornton hesitated to mention it to james who appear to be insensitive to any such change if miss fear for the rest of the evening. He seemed in high good and continued eagerly to discuss his proposed alterations in. It may have been imagination thornton. Thought he could attack the suit enforced quality about james's gaiety a certain restlessness which had not been noticeable. The previous evening. He thought to that. Mrs pen rice seem to be ill at ease and it looks strangely at his host. While she was serving dinner thornton slept badly that night. To begin with the weather broke unexpectedly. The wind veering to the south west and rising to gale which was accompanied by lashing schools of rain. Though he's room was on the landward side. he could hear about the tumult of the wind. The thunder of heavy seas breaking up on the rocks on its exposed side. Too often quote the full force of the gale so that the house seemed full of sound casement's rattled. There were mina creaking noises. Which suggested stealthy movement. And once the door sam somewhere at one time he awakened from an uneasy does and thought he could hear faintly. The eldridge sound the musical box but decided that it must be the piping of the wind wants to. He thought he heard james talking rather calling out in his sleep by the time dome broke the gray reluctant dorna. Flying cloud thornton had find resolved to leave the place as quickly as he conveniently could. James came down late. Look pale distracted yet. In a sort of way the smug is though he nursed secret. Joke and response stays friends. Inquiry protested. he had slept well. The thornton noticed. He seemed reluctant to look him straight in the face. The barrier of reserve which had come between them now seem to have grown insurmountable flaunting doubt it is ability to excuse his premature departure convincingly it was a measure of the change should come over their relationship that he found it necessary on the pretext of posting and urgent letter the send himself a telegram from the post office in the neighbouring village. It arrived while they were lunch though. He made polite protestations of disappointment at the news. Friends imminent departure. James made no attempt to dissuade him in fact thornton sought. He seemed secretly relieved even help to speed his parting. Guest by looking up timetables does a bus from the corner announce which connects with eight. Forty night's sleep from finance. That will get you into town and tell your appointment. In the morning that evening as he stood on the doorstep bidding goodbye his host thornton's conscience smote him at the thought of his precipitated. Desertion nothing would have induced him to change his mind. He felt guilty. The easier the thought of leaving. James aluna trevathan bazzi logic. Though it was this feeling of uneasiness could be associated with nothing more tangible than a musical books. I know you think i'm a fool. He said diffidently. See to james hand but do take my advice and get rid.
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